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Cowboy (6)5'll Getcha Ten

Label:Capricorn Records – SD 864
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, PR
Country:US
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Genre:Rock, Folk, World, & Country
Style:Folk Rock, Country Rock

Tracklist

A1She Carries A Child3:40
A2Hey There Babe3:18
A35'll Getcha Ten4:55
A4The Wonder3:52
A5Shoestrings3:20
A6Lookin' For You4:06
B1Seven Four Tune2:40
B2Right On Friend3:36
B3All My Friends4:50
B4Innocence Song1:53
B5Please Be With Me3:40
B6What I Want Is You3:25
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Recorded at Capricorn Sound Studios, Macon, Georgia and Muscle Shoals Sound Studios, Sheffield, Alabama.
Distributed by Atco Records, division of Atlantic Recording Company.
Contains lyric sheet insert.

Other Versions (5 of 11)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
5'll Getcha Ten (2×Acetate, LP)Capricorn Records, Capricorn RecordsSD 864 , ATL 40 312Germany1971
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5'll Getcha Ten (LP, Album)Atlantic, AtlanticATL 40 312, SD 864Germany1971
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5'll Getcha Ten (LP, Album, Promo, RI)Capricorn RecordsSD 864US1971
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5'll Getcha Ten (LP, Album, RI)Capricorn RecordsSD 864US1971
5'll Getcha Ten (LP, Album, Promo, Stereo, PR)Capricorn RecordsSD 864US1971

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Davidgmbl's profile picture
Davidgmbl
If you never heard of Cowboy, this is a very good LP to start with. There is not a bad song here. Cowboy built their career as a kind of house band for Capricorn Records in Georgia, but their own records never became huge hits. They backed Gregg Allman on his first solo tour in 1974. (See The Gregg Allman Tour LP.) Not that they did not deserve greater success than they found... The band boasted two excellent principle songwriters (Boyer and Talton) and the various other band members contributed some very fine tunes as well. If you like Gram Parsons, the early 70s Grateful Dead, then check out Cowboy.